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Gift Local was born out of a desire to buy gift cards for local merchants without having to trek out to individual stores. National chain store gift cards are available at gift card kiosks in the mall, at grocery stores, and online. But local gift cards are only available in mom and pop locations, if at all. Gift Local changes that.

The merchants listed on our site all accept Discover card. offers custom gift cards redeemable wherever Discover cards are accepted. So all you have to do is select a merchant, customize the card, and send it off!

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How it Works

It's easy. All you need to do is enter your location and search for all of the fantastic local merchants in your area that already accept Discover. Once you find the merchant you want, big or small, simply add the card to your cart, customize and checkout.

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Established in Texas as an outpost in 1849 by the US Army, Fort Worth is a city that wholeheartedly embraces the cowboy culture and all that goes along with it. The city later became the center of the ranching industry universe as it played a central role in the cattle drives and earned the nickname “Cowtown.” Today, the city is a bustling modern metropolis that continues to celebrate its Western heritage.

Stockyards National Historic District: The stockyards are legendary for daily cattle drives on Exchange Avenue. Spectators line the street as authentic cowhands drive their longhorn herds through the district. The historic Cowtown Coliseum hosts a weekly rodeo and Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show featuring riding, roping and trick shooting demonstrations. The Cattlepen Maze provides hours of family fun as visitors negotiate wooden pathways competing against the clock and gathering prizes at the hidden checkpoints. Shopping throughout the Stockyards offers handmade Western wear, including custom cowboy boots and hats.

Cultural District: The Cultural District offers a city park setting and is home to five internationally recognized museums. The Modern Art Museum is the second largest in the country next to MOMA in New York City. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the only establishment of its kind dedicated to prominent women who shaped the history of the region.

Sundance Square: Located downtown, Sundance Square is the heart of the city and offers shopping, dining and entertainment. Sprawling over 35 blocks, the area is pedestrian friendly with easy access to restaurants, art galleries and a vibrant nightlife offering live entertainment. Steakhouses serve the freshest local beef in hearty portions to feed the hungriest guests. Historic structures worth visiting include former Woolworth’s building and the Tarrant County Courthouse.

Visitors to Fort Worth experience a unique blend of old and new in a city that honors its roots in the Wild West.


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